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  1. Jumpsuit designed by Rohina

     

  2. High waisted vintage pants! Yes pleassse.

     

  3. California love…

    It’s been a few days since my sisters and I have been in SoCal and even though I’m no stranger to the area, I always fall in love with the atmosphere of California all over again. While meandering about in LA, there’s been one dress that I had been dying to show you guys and wear on this trip. This Soul.eil vintage dress feels like it was meant to be worn in the Hollywood Hills. With the bold colors and vintage shapes and lines, it feels like the perfect old school piece for our current setting. And right now… it has to be my favorite dress!

     

  4. You are my favorite feeling

    Dress: Soul.eil 

    Photograph by Zahra Hussain

     

  5. California

    Hey everyone! Finally making a California post for you guys. I’ve been traveling from place to place and no time to blog. As some of you may know, my sisters and I are visiting Cali. We started our trip in LA but after a day or two we decided to drive up north to visit our cousins in San Francisco. It was the best decision because we love spending time with them and we also looove the drive here plus San Francisco is beautiful. 

     

  6. I love when a woman is in touch with her femininity, and everything she does exudes the quality. Even when it comes to the clothes she wears. When a woman covers her form with clothing that compliments her in this way, it informs the way she acts around others. Hopefully more like a woman, or rather, the best in a woman.

    Feminine value is grace achieved, in life and every aspect of it . Never let them forget it. 😉

     


  7. Anonymous said: You and your family are probably the worst and most hypocritical Muslims in the century! You don't fast, pray and you drink! May God have mercy on you grave! No wonder you and Shab look like a wrath.

    I’m a bit surprised that anyone can hate a family they hardly even know, or even attack them on behalf of a faith they apparently don’t understand themselves. Is this the Muslim way? Is this what Allah would want you to say to the people in your life? My guess is no. So I won’t argue with you. All you’ll ever need to know about my family is that I love them. And nothing you can do or say can ever change that.

    I don’t know who you are, and I don’t care. To be honest my initial response was to ignore this message entirely and just go on about my life but instead I decided to answer, without shame, so that people can see this and know that when you’re confronted by abject/unnecessary hate you don’t need to be angry, or hurt, or afraid. Just know some people carry those three things enough already, and feel the need to make others feel the same way.

    Do what you can for them. But don’t ever let them break you.

     

  8. Recently the only thing I’ve been interested in is thrift shopping. It’s quite the challenge to go through a bunch of clothes people have decided are of no use and find pieces, pieces you like. I think you just have to remember that at some point in time, these clothes were someone’s prized possession. They were fresh and original, and could be again in the hands of someone who cares enough to see it. It’s like breathing new life into an idea that was long dead. It’s a good habit to learn; to let nothing of value simply go to waste.

    In my forthcoming posts I will be wearing all vintage pieces. Looking forward to showing you guys all of them.